You may think of it as a hot, dry desert, but New Mexico gets some beautiful snowscapes in the winter.
Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 2:52 AM
Below are some of the photos I have taken of Northern New Mexico during the months of December and January. As I mentioned in my previous post
, although many people think of New Mexico as a big, hot, dry desert, it actually does get snow in the winter and leads to a breathtaking landscape contrast of sky and snow.
Snowshoe trip up to Valles Caldera.
My back yard after a snowstorm.
Contrast of frosted tree tips and the blue sky.
Dried leaf at Bandelier National Monument.
Photos: Heather Altherr
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